8 Days
Duration
Davidson QC
Location
16+
Age
Sept.
Dates
Considered to be the “de facto” international standard for wilderness trip leaders and professional guides, the Wilderness First Responder is complete medical training for anyone tripping or working in remote environments. The WFR curriculum uses the principles of long-term patient care, improvised resources and varying environmental conditions as the framework for learning.

The WFR course is fast paced and both physically and mentally challenging. It was created to provide outdoor leaders and guides with the knowledge and skills necessary to deal with crises in remote settings, the WFR course meets and exceeds all licensing standards in Canada and most DOT (Department of Transportation) standards in the US for outdoor guides/professionals and emergency care givers.

Wilderness First Responder - Wilderness First Aid Certification is valid for 3 years and includes AHA Health Care Provider (HCP) CPR.

Availability & Costs

Dates Costs
Call for dates $875.00
* If you have a group of 6 or more interested in taking the WFA course, custom course dates can be arranged to meet your group's schedule. Please contact jim@whitewater.ca for more details.

What’s included in your course

Your course includes instruction, manuals and a certificate of completion (valid for 3 years). Meals and accommodations are not included in the course cost.

Customize your day trip with Esprit by adding any of the following options:

Optional Add-ons

Options Options Details Amount
Accommodation Camping(bring your own tent) $15.00/night
Cabin Tent Rental $15.00/night
Hostel $30.00/night
Meals Breakfast $10.00
Lunch $12.00
Ultimate BBQ $25.00

What you should bring with you for the day

Please come prepared to spend time both in the classroom and outdoors. All SOLO first aid courses specialize in providing emergency care in a wilderness setting. Therefore, be prepared for any and all seasonal weather conditions by insuring that you have the appropriate clothing, footwear and outerwear (rain gear etc.) for your course. Please include a set of clothing that can be cut, torn or stained for use in patient simulations. It is also recommended that you bring a small day pack for carrying first aid supplies during simulations. For indoor classroom lectures, please bring pens and a notebook for taking notes to refresh your memory on key points in the future.

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